In recent years, the impact of trauma to health and well-being is certainly and appropriately getting a lot of attention from the health care and social services provider community. For example, six states (Colorado, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Ohio, Washington, and Wisconsin) reported implementing a mix of training, screening, and support systems for children affected by trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) (see States Using Approach With Mix Of Training, Screening & Support Services To Address Childhood Trauma). There is a growing number of programs focused on incorporating trauma-informed principles. One example we covered in the last couple of years came…
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